Sunday Post: Slow and Steady #SundayPost

The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted here @ Caffeinated Reviewer. It’s a chance to share news~ A post to recap the past week on your blog and showcase books and things we have received. Share news about what is coming up on our blog for the week ahead. See rules here: Sunday Post Meme

This past week found me working hard, listening to audiobooks, and spending a long weekend watching the grandkids. I did a ton of driving this week, both work and personal, and was able to finish two audiobooks that I got from Netgalley and get well into a third.

I spent Friday, Saturday, and most of today watching our twin three-year-old grandkids. I’m exhausted! Especially since I had to drive over two hours one way to drop them off today. It is rewarding, but also tiring at the age of almost 58.

My diet is going well. I was down 14 pounds in 6 weeks last week. I don’t weigh in again until Tuesday. Slow and steady wins the race, right?


Sunday I posted a review of Outcast as part of a review for Zooloo’s Book Tours and participated in Sunday Post.

Tuesday I participated in Top Ten Tuesday

Friday I participated in Book Blogger Hop

For Self-Published Saturday, even though it went up Sunday, I posted a review of Torn Asunder by David V. Mammina


Monday I will review the audiobook of The Summer of Christmas by Juliet Giglio and Keith Giglio

Tuesday I will review the audiobook of After We Were Stolen by Brooke Beyfus and also participate in Top Ten Tuesdays

Wednesday I will review The Guest List by Fern Michaels.

Friday I will participate in Book Blogger Hop if time permits.

Saturday I will review Self-Published books as part of Self-Published Saturday.


Ivy’s Christmas screenplay is being made into a movie–In her hometown in July! And the boyfriend she killed off in the script still lives there.
After their house burns down, Avery and Cole find out they’ve been living in a cult most of their lives, and they were kidnapped years ago.

A young couple is given a honeymoon week at the fabulous Pink Hotel, but due to wildfires find themselves confined with the ultra-wealthy guests and the hotel staff, and tension ensues.


A psychological thriller about a neighbor with a secret.

A richly rewarding novel about family bonds, the power of words, and the resilience of mothers and daughters in 1930s Appalachia. (Does this sound like it’s up my alley or what?!)
A Christmas book by Debbie Macomber should be a light and fun read.

I got a huge haul of books last week, but I’ve already finished two of them, which were audiobooks, on those long drives this week. The one I am most excited to read is Light to the Hills, but I’m excited about them all.

Hope everyone has a great week!

29 thoughts on “Sunday Post: Slow and Steady #SundayPost”

  1. I get to the tired Grandma. When I have all three of my grandkids, I think I could sleep for 24 hours straight after they get home. I really like the sound of After We Were Stolen, off to see if I can find it. Have a great week, Bonnie.

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  2. You are doing great with the weight loss. Congrats!

    All of your books look so good! I have to add The Summer of Christmas to my list. I love the cover and it looks like fun.

    Have a great week!

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  3. I feel your tired. I watch my three grandchildren about 50 hours a week and come Friday, this Nonna is pooped…lol Thankfully I two will be in school come August 10th and while I have to transport them to and from, I will get a bit of break with just the little one during the day. Congrats on the loss. Slow and steady wins every time.

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  4. Try to get some rest, Bonnie. I had mine over for the weekend, too…but they at least live closer. The drive, alone, must be exhausting!

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  5. Slow and steady weight loss is the best way! 3 year old twins – I’m tired just imagining it. It’s such a cute age but also one of so much energy. Hope you have time to recoup 🤗

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  6. Wow you do a lot. I’d be exhausted too. Congrats on the good work with the diet and weight loss. I love to listen to audiobooks in the car so that’s great you had them.

    Anne – Books of My Heart

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